During the month of August 2018, children of Kinshasa sensitized families on the importance of registering their children at the registry. When children speak, they can do the sensitization differently, by using simple language.
Since she is 10 years old, Sophia lives in the street of Lubumbashi, doesn’t have anyone to protect her et does not go to school.
For Deo, Child Reporter from the Bandundu province, fighting against gender-based violences is essential. Discover how he defends gender equality.
Merveille, Chil Reporter, tells about her daily fight for gender equality. Let’s not forget how important this issue still is in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Solo, 16, is a former child soldier from an armed group in the South Kivu Province.
For a year, Kayemba has been an active fighter among hundreds of others in a self-defense group.
On International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers, Child Reporters launched messages asking to end the use of children in armed groups and forces.
Ricardo, as every child, has the right to be registered at the Civil Registry Office and to have its birth certificate but today he is deprived of his identity.
In Bikoro, victims of sexual violence are victimized not only by their tormentors, but also by the police.
Every day the two boys spend hours walking to pick up as many bottles as possible to resell them afterwards.